Our Brazos Portal team has been busy building the best UI endpoint for BPM, and we're ready with a new release - 1.3.? With Brazos Portal, you are experiencing the BPM portal user interface of the future, today.? Vendors talk about offering the features of Brazos Portal in future versions of their product, but only BP3 delivers that functionality today - and not just against the most recent release of software, but going back to the earliest supported versions of IBM BPM, and earlier versions of Activiti as well.
Brazos Portal leverages APIs to build a first-class portal experience that is completely supported by BPM vendor APIs, and yet provides transformative user experience out of the box.
No other portal that I'm aware of allows for federation of tasks across many installations, regardless of version of software.? Brazos Portal is a game-changer for BPM.? One nuance: unlike Brazos UI, which is a toolkit for developers, Brazos Portal is a tool for users.? As such it is a "finished" product, which we can customize for our paying customers.? If you're interested in adapting Brazos Portal to your needs, we're ready to help, and we'll provide ongoing support for any changes we make.
Improvements in this version of the Brazos Portal include:
- Ability to create and edit groups on mobile devices via a swipe left gesture on the group.
- Performance has been improved when working with large numbers of tasks.
- Activiti installs now show completed tasks and business variable data is available.
- All available task properties are now displayed in the task information dialog.
- The Brazos Portal browser tab now shows the number of overdue and due tasks.
- Bug fixes and other minor enhancements
View the release notes for the full details on the enhancements and bug fixes.